Bird Of Smithfield


Found a stone's throw from London's only functioning meat market, Bird of Smithfield is set over 5 floors of stunningly-restored Georgian townhouses. Head chef Alan Bird brings comes to Bird of Smithfield restaurant after spending 15 years heading the kitchen at The Ivy, serving up an all-day menu of British cuisine with contemporary twists. Timeless interior design sees the space decked out in Harris Tweed and herringbone fabrics, set against a muted backdrop.

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Average main course: £10.00 (USD14.58) per diner
Average food spend: £25.00 (USD36.45) per diner

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Bird Of Smithfield

26 Smithfield Street
The City
+44 20 7559 5100
Yelp Reviews

4 out of 5 based on 18 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Bird Of Smithfield

4.0 out of 5 31 October 2015
by Heather B.

Visited last night with a friend, first time ever. The ground floor is a bar, the restaurant is upstairs. Decor was lovely, had a very quaint classic feel to it. It was mostly empty when we arrived, but quickly filled up with several rowdy groups and gave it real atmosphere.

I had fish and chips as my main, which was recommended to me by the waiter. The fish was perfectly cooked, and the...more

3.0 out of 5 6 October 2015
by Tami H.

Cool little bar near Smithfield market. Good cocktails (though they tend on the fruity side). They have a limited menu but I tried the Shepherd's pie (which was recommended as the specialty of the house) and it was excellent. Really perfectly cooked. Great vibe overall, and good choice for happy hour or late night.more

3.0 out of 5 26 September 2015
by Anita S.

I only went in the evening for a few cocktails and a late night bar food bite, so I can't comment the actual proper restaurant experience.

That being said, this is a good place to go for a few drinks in the City if you are looking for a nice lively ambiance, but still want to be able to hear each other talk and want to avoid the big crowds.

The cocktails are pricy, but on point. My Old...more

4.0 out of 5 13 July 2015
by Tyler L.

This is a review of the rooftop patio.

As a connoisseur of rooftop patios, I feel fully qualified to comment on the following dimensions: 1) View: OK. Mostly see smithfield market and facing northwards, when most of London's interesting skyline is Southwards. However. You can sidle up a bar stool right to the railing, which is quite nice. 2) Layout etc: Vines, shrubbery, foliage, etc. More...more

3.0 out of 5 26 May 2015
by Jamie T.

Cool place to go on a sunny friday afternoon that's close to work. Wouldn't travel too far for it, but if you're around the City or Farringdon, it's a good place to go to.more

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